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The network is a professional forum for sharing information between SEND leaders in schools and specialist settings, the LA and BDSIP. It also offers an opportunity for collaboration to share best practice and expertise between our family of schools. This session will begin with an update from Nadia McGarry, specifically focusing on the current arrangements within the EHCP team. Nicolle Rowson, SENCO at Eastbrook will also be be sharing her insights.


Why should I attend? 

  • want to know more about the current arrangements with the EHCP Team. 

  • I want to develop my understanding of the OFSTED process and implications for Leadership of SEND. 

  • I want to share best practice and expertise with SEND leaders. 


What will the course cover? 

  • An update from Nadia McGarry about the current arrangements within the EHCP Team. 

  • An overview of the OFSTED process and its implications for SEND Leadership. 

  • An opportunity to share best practice and expertise with other SEND leaders. 


Who should attend? 

  • SENCO 
  • ARP Lead 
  • Senior Leader 



This LA commissioned network is free to schools. 


Booking confirmation including access information and important pre-course information will be sent to you upon booking. 


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